Published 8:44 am Friday, November 20, 2015
Chinesia Camille Moses was born Feb. 19, 1968, to the late Leola (Creola) Jackson and Bert Jackson.
Chinesia was a very upbeat, sweet, funny, loving person who loved her family and friends dearly. She always put others before herself and always gave her last to those in need. She loved decorating and planting flowers — they were her passions.
Chinesia was always so full of joy and made an impact on everyone she came across. She was a true soldier in the army of the Lord. She will always be remembered by her beautiful smile, loud laughter, wittiness, talent, and her gift to love others in a way that would make you fall in love with her.
She accepted Christ at an early age and joined St. John Temple C.O.G.I.C. under the leadership of Bishop J.N. White in Bogalusa. As life would have it, she moved to Varnado and united under the leadership of the Rev. Dr. Linza Cotton. Making things beautiful was her joy.
Chinesia leaves to cherish her memories with her husband, Jessie E. Moses of Varnado; two daughters, Sandra Jackson and Jasmine Moses of Varnado; one daughter-in-law, Christina Barber of Varnado; two sons, Malcolm Jackson and Joshua Moses of Varnado; son-in-law, Tyree Peters of Bogalusa; four brothers, Isaac Jackson of Varnado, Clay Jackson and Greg Jackson of Bogalusa, and Lucian Jackson of Jackson, Miss.; two sisters, Bertis Jackson of Varnado and Eva Mae Jackson of Bogalusa; a special niece, Alisha Jackson of Bogalusa; five grandkids; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends; and a special friend, Suga Bear.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Bert Jackson and Leda Jackson; three uncles, James, Myrtis and Charles Magee; one aunt, Lula Mae Crain; one grandson, Malcolm (Boo Boo) Jackson; and one niece, Rebecca Magee.
The funeral service will be Friday, Nov. 20, at 11 a.m. at New Zion Baptist Church in Varnado, with the Rev. Linza Cotton officiating. Interment will follow in Robinson Cemetery.